Welcome to Summer 2020: Virtual Edition! Even though we are not able to be together in-person for camp this summer, we are so excited to meet together online. All of our summer programs are all listed below!
Please pay attention to the grade level for each program! There are a few programs that are only for youth in the United States, otherwise join us wherever you are in the world!
The cost of each program is $50 USD. Scholarships are ALWAYS available and can be requested through our registration system. If you live outside of the United States, please request a scholarship and let us know what country you live in. You will be charged based upon the current exchange rates.
What role does social media play in a social justice movement? How does social media help amplify and educate others? How do we use social media responsibly and fact check what we share? Join us to answer all these questions and more! Leave this week with action items and ready made templates for engaging others in meaningful social media conversation.
Join us for this 3-part series where we learn about and discuss abelism and disability. Using the documentary “Life, Animated” we will think together about how society evaluates meaning and think critically about how we work to find connection with all those around us.
What is art? Who owns art? How does art equalize power and reclaim the narrative for change? Come explore art in all of it’s forms as we answer these questions! Together we will create a virtual art gallery to share with others.
Tune in for a week of speculative fiction live readings and radical re-imaginings of our future through storytelling! What can we learn about ourselves and the future we hope to create through these stories? Come find out as we envision our future together!
[6th-8th Grade] No one enjoys being uncomfortable, but it is also deeply necessary to do the real work of changing our communities. Dive deep with us to unpack the privileges that we each hold. We will discuss the origins of our modern concept of race and the impact of white supremacy on our world. The discussion and learning will challenge participants to take on the daily practice of action and reflection to be anti-racist in everything that they do.
[9th-12th Grade] No one enjoys being uncomfortable, but it is also deeply necessary to do the real work of changing our communities. Dive deep with us to unpack the privileges that we each hold. We will discuss the origins of our modern concept of race and the impact of white supremacy on our world. The discussion and learning will challenge participants to take on the daily practice of action and reflection to be anti-racist in everything that they do.
Join us as we look at the different ways that we exert people power to create deep and lasting change. From talking to friends, to writing an op-ed, to lobbying elected officials — how are you going to make your voice heard as you strive for peace and justice in our world?
Facilitating relationship building and dialogue – across all the various aspects of our identity – requires a unique set of skills. Spend this week with us learning the basic tenets of facilitation and deepen your leadership skills!
Have you ever visited the different religious spaces in your community? Are you curious about the beliefs and practices of different traditions? Take a virtual road trip with us to learn from the wisdom and values of different faith traditions. Together we will visit Churches, Mosques, Synagogues, Temples, and other spiritual spaces through photos and videos! Increase your awareness and understanding of the practices of others.
Join K4P for a series of conversation and discussions focused on the ideas of freedom, patriotism, and democracy! We’ll listen to Beyonce, learn about George Mason, and investigate what it means to be free in America. We’ll also learn about the difference between patriotism and nationalism and talk about great patriots and their sacrifices. Finally, we’ll dig into the radical nature of democracy and celebrate 100 years* of women’s suffrage!